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08:00 am – Registration and Morning Coffee in the “Networking Zone” 60 minutes of Networking

  Toby Heysham Pinnacle power

SESSION 1 Commences: Chaired by 

Smart, Connected, “Low Carbon” Communities – what are they and how are they created? 

The solution in creating sustainable communities, cities and regions which will require all partners to fully collaborate.

This can only occur if public sector along with central & regional government, work with private sector organisations both small and large and have the input from third sector and citizens. 
By all working smarter by utilising shared data &  knowledge, collaborative communities can unlock great value and resilience. 

09:00 am – Chair’s Opening Address – Jacqui Porch, Founder, Director & Chief Marketing Officer, The Faraday Grid (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “The Grid As A Platform for The Energy Ecosystem”

  

Speaker Biog: Over the last ten years, Jacqui has had various brand and marketing roles, following years in the wine and food industry in Australia where she observed growing trends for supply chain transparency, customised production, mobility, and digitilisation, requiring businesses to adjust product and processes to the changing consumer landscape.  Her approach to marketing is grounded in her passion for sustainable design, which in turn has seen her work in several different sectors, from gaining a degree in environmental design in architecture, through to organic food and skincare, and engineering; with businesses from the start up stage through to IPO, and in different geographic regions. Now concentrating on creating understanding of the societal benefits that Faraday Grid will deliver, by creating the backbone for a new energy ecosystem, Jacqui is determined to bring a strong consumer focus to Faraday’s communications of its value proposition.

09:05 am – Keynote Address: Chris Stark, CEO, Committee on Climate Change (CONFIRMED)

  

PRESENTATION TITLE: ‘Reducing UK emissions – 2018 Progress Report to Parliament’

In this report, ‘Reducing UK emissions – 2018 Progress Report to Parliament’, the Committee sets out four key messages to Government to put emissions reductions on track, based on the lessons of the last decade. Overall, UK emissions are down 43% compared to the 1990 baseline while the economy has grown significantly over the same period. However most of this is down to excellent progress in reducing emissions from electricity generation, while reductions in other sectors have stalled.

The committee’s four key messages to Government:

  1. Support the simple, low-cost options
  2. Commit to effective regulation and strict enforcement
  3. End the chopping and changing of policy
  4. Act now to keep long-term options open

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09:35 am – Steven Scott, Founder, Square Root Solar (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE“Rethinking Solar”

  

Steven will open with an exposition of the company’s formation and background in solar street lighting and micro generation. He will go on to describe the design philosophy of SRS in the context of the evolving solar market, and how the company will address the deeper architectural integration of solar into all aspects of the built environment. He will also present our patented mounting system plus designs for Carports and a 100kW Standard container.

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Steven is the Founder and Design and Development Partner, founded Studio Steven Scott in 1997 and has 20 years of design experience in the architectural world. He then founded Scotia in 2009 based on his innovative and radical design for solar street lighting. He has become very active in the solar industry, with government level contacts in the UK and GCC. His designs for Scotia were recently awarded a Green Business Award- Highly Recommended prize in London. In 2016 his project was short-listed for the LAGI competition for Santa Monica.

09:55 am – Liam Bramley, CEO, ADC Energy UK (CONFIRMED

    

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10:55 am – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Main Plenary Speakers

11:10 am – Interactive Refreshment Break in the “Networking Zone”  60 minutes of Networking  Low Caron Britain - 1st December 2016

SESSION 2 Commences: Chaired by CENEX

12:10 pm – Session Chair – Luke Redfern, Business Development & Projects Manager, CENEX (Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon & Fuel Cell Technologies)  (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE“Snooze You Lose… are EVs just old news?”

  

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Having worked at Cenex for 5 years, Luke specialises in supporting organisations to strategically procure infrastructure and deliver strategies to accelerate the uptake of low emission vehicles. Previously seconded to Nottingham City Council, Luke provided technical guidance to co-author the UKs first £25m Concession Framework for chargepoint procurement. Recently he has led a programme to identify over 270 locations, and to define the service level specification, for infrastructure across the South West of England, and supported Gatwick Airport with an airside review of vehicles and infrastructure, a major part of which included the investigation into battery storage and vehicle-to-grid technologies. Formerly he supported St Albans District Council to develop a low emission taxi strategy, and now is leading on a major business support programme across the Eats Midlands. Luke is also working on the development of the Cenex “CLEAR Capture” tool, or Cost-effective Low Emissions Analysis from Real-world data Capture that helps fleets to identify the most suitable type of ULEV technology to implement into their operations.

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12:45pm Aletta Koster, Senior Consultant, Royal HaskoningDVH (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “The added value of cycling for a Low Carbon Britain”

Aletta will elaborate on the relationship between sustainable mobility and air quality. She will do this using best practice case studies from the Netherlands. She will bring solutions that can improve current or implement new cycling initiatives and that can help improve their individual air quality targets.

Royal Haskoning DHV

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Aletta Koster is a senior sustainable/cycling mobility consultant at Royal HaskoningDHV and the former Director of the Dutch Cycling Embassy.  She is an urban planner that moved into the field of sustainable mobility. She is interested in the relationship between the development of spatial functions and the organization of the free and healthy mobility of its users. She works as Project- and Process Manager of complex projects in which sustainable, active, mobility is key to drastically reduce congestion and CO2 emissions.

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14:00 pm – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Main Plenary Speakers

14:15 pm – Interactive Late Lunch in the “Networking Zone”  (1hr 25 minutes of Networking) 

15:45pm – Closing Remarks in the “Networking Zone” by Ron Pusey, Director of Low Carbon Club    

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